The young princess is said to communicate with her father, Prince William, 35, in the Spanish language.
Prince George and nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo talks to Queen Elizabeth II as they leave the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate for the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015 in King's Lynn, England.
Yes, it's true - according to People, the super confident toddler can already speak a few words in the native tongue of her nanny, Maria Borrallo, who comes from Palencia in Spain. She is also described as a sweet and confident little girl with lovely manners.
Another interesting tidbit is that Charlotte is learning both English and Spanish.
She may have just started nursery school but already Princess Charlotte, 2, has a certain royal charm. and a good command of Spanish!
It has also been revealed why Charlotte won't attend the same nursery as her older brother did.
But Princess Charlotte isn't the only member of the Royal Family who is bilingual.
There have been rumblings that Prince George is a bit of a wild one, so we have a feeling Charlotte is more subdued - though it has been said that she is very talkative and social, as well as energetic but polite.
Another difference between Prince George and Princess Charlotte's education was that the 4-year-old attended Montessori on a part-time basis.